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's coming up. >>> an f.b.i.'s file on marilyn monroe minus main redactions. what the documents say about her suspected ties to communist. >>> that's all ahead unless breaking news changes everything on "studio b." >>> we begin with a fox urgent. i'm trace gallagher in for shepard smith. a face-to-face meeting at the white house getting under way right now. one that could determine whether or not our nation plunges right off the fiscal cliff. take a live look at the white house where president obama called the top house and senate leaders from both parties to try and hammer out a deal avoiding the tax hikes and crippling spending cuts. remember analysts say falling off the fiscal cliff could drive the u.s. into another recession. more than a month has passed since the last time they got together. the obama administration called that mid another meeting constructive but there has been little to no progress. today lawmakers on both sides of the aisle tried to strike an optimistic tone. >> millions of americans are out there struggling and certainly they deserve a congress that will avoid going
of one of the victims. the fbi also said she sent a labyrinth text messages to a donor who fell for this game. the fbi says all of the money has been refunded. a new type of investigation after the sandy hook shooting. geneticists are studying adam lanza's dna. they say there are genetic components to mental a list of many factors involved. scientists are not looking for anything specific and they admit it is unlikely they will find anything. the result will likely not be released for several weeks. after the shooting spree there have been plenty of questions about school safety. that is why hundreds of staff members at utah school turned out last night for free gun training. everyone from third grade teachers to janitors and cafeteria workers were taught how to fight back in a situation like that at sandy hook. >> i am just were read a little bit, what would i do as a teacher. how would you protect yourself if you were being fired upon? >> with the recent tragedy, i realize it is probably a good time for me to act on that. >> trainers and that advocates said not every teacher w
where to move fbi headquarters now includes montgomery county. the washington post says the county is looking at different sites for headquarters. the general services administration wants to move the fbi because they say the jay edgar mover building is deteriorating and no longer suits the agency's needs. >>> coming up, the trail of damage left behind from all the windy weather yesterday. >>> and plus a first in the week ahead for casinos >>> our wednesday's child this week got to try out her culinary skills, cooking up one of her favorite dishes. this is not the first time sabrina has been featured on "wednesday's child," and she is hoping this time around a family will come forward and adopt her. here is news4's barbara harrison. >> reporter: behind the big glass door that leads to washington's best restaurants, we found a chef waiting for us. >> who is this lovely young lady? hello, sabrina. >> she is interested in learning to cook as well as you do. >> i can do that. we can go back in the kitchen and show you a few things. what is your favorite thing to eat? >> liver. >> that'
. generally, the dealer will call in number that the fbi runs. the person on the other end of the phone is an fbi employee who does a check. host: so the fbi gets the data? guest: mostly. host: what if you do not buy your gun from a federally registered gun shop? guest: this was one of the big holes left in the brady act. if you do not buy a gun from a federal licensed dealer, they do not do background checks. they cannot do background checks because they do not have access to the state system. if you buy a gun from a neighbor, it is just a transaction between you and your neighbor. host: is that legal? guest: it is legal in some states. in some states, to buy again, you need to have a license. -- a gun, you need to have a license. the big problem is at gun shows. gun shows tend to be large, flea market style events where there are hundreds or thousands of tables, wares for sale. many of them are guns. at some tables, they're doing background checks. right next to that diller might be an unlicensed sellers -- dealer might be an unlicensed seller. host: regardless of whether you fall int
not. they're talking about an unforgettable ordeal on christmas. >>> later, helping the fbi crack down on moving companies that want to take you and your belongings for a ride. you're going to want to see how customers went undercover and helped federal agents. >> interesting how they shot this video. >>> but first, former president h.w. bush is in intensive care this morning at a houston hospital. he's been battling a series of setbacks since he was hospitalized last moment. >> now a fever has gotten worse and the president has been put on a liquid diet. a spokesperson says doctors are cautiously optimistic. >> he's in a bad way, but the doctors believe that there's a path for him to recover from this, and if we can get him to rally a little bit, we can start talking about a discharge date. >> former first lady barbara bush and the former president's children have been at his bedside during this entire crisis. >> he's such an active president. i don't know if many of you know this, he goes sky diving practically every birthday. even on his 80th birthday. the idea that he's had setback
on the news edge new information released from the fbi about actress marilyn monroe has some interesting details about her life. why were they investigating her in the first place? details coming up tonight at 11:00.  >>> the epicenter of the nfl world will be fedex field sunday night, the redskins hosting the cowboys with everything at stake. fox 5's lindsay murphy is here with more on sunday's showdown. lindsay? >> never has it felt more like dallas week than right now. this rivalry which dates back to 1960 and spans 105 games had lost some of its fire the last couple years as the redskins struggled to be relevant in the division and the league, but when the whistle blows sunday, these two teams may take it back old school because they are both fighting for all the marbles, the nfc east crown and a postseason berth and dallas week is a new concept for some rookies, but one they already understand after playing the cowboys thanksgiving day. in the redskins victory griffin threw four touchdown passes and morris ran for 113 yards and one score. no need to explain
. then they call to make sure that is true. generally, the dealer will call a number that the f.b.i. runs it is called the n.i.c. system. the person on the phone is an f.b.i. employee that does the check. in some states the states do that themselves but they are accessing the same dat d.a. that. host: what if you don't buy your gun from a federally registered gun shop. where kells you buy guns? guest: this is the big holes left in the brady act. if you don't buy a gun from a federally licensed dealer they don't do background checks, at the moment they can't do background checks because they don't have access to the state system. if you buy a gun from a neighbor then it is just at transaction between you and your neighbor. host: is that legal? guest: that is legal in some states. you need a permit in some states. host: so to sell your own property -- guest: no, to buy a gun. the -- it is not on the seller on the buyer. the big problem is at gun shows. gun shows are large, they tend to be large flea market-style events where hundreds or thousands of tables where guns are for sale. right nex
that proves it. his name is paul wable, and he's turned over evidence to the fbi, showing that the 48-year-old singer was killed over a drug debt in february. of course, these are just allegations and accusations. he says he has proof. but again, we haven't seen that proof. of course, if this is true, this would be major, major news. >> in the interview, he also said, well, i don't have -- i can't say that definitely she was killed. but i have proof, and there's video of drugs being delivered. if you're going to say that, you better have the stuff to back it up. >> it's going to take some time to get to the bottom of this one. >>> this one may make your mouth drop, as well. i couldn't believe it. >> me and willis might need to start in on this. jerry! jerry! >> i like, that because it could be on "jerry springer." britney spears and kevin federline. kevin federline's brother says he fathered their first child, not kevin. christopher federline says he's the father of britney spears' first child, who is 7 years old, sean preston. there's britney and kevin. we don't have an image of christoph
of the n.s.a., general alexand alexander, with bob mueller at the f.b.i. we've had eric holder appear before the committee to discuss this. and we have heard from intelligence community professionals involved in carrying out surveillance operations, the lawyers who review these operations and, importantly, the inspectors general who carry out oversight of the program and have written reports and letters to the congress with the results of that report. i'd like to just show that classified letter, if i might. it's classified -- i can't read it to you -- but i just want to make that available -- members know that if they want to read the i.g. letter on why what senator wyden is asking for cannot be done, please, before you vote, go to our skiff and read the letter. i don't happen to have it here but as soon as somebody brings it, i will waive it for a -- i will wave it for a moment so that you see it. the committee's review of f.a.a. surveillance authorities have included the receipt and examination of dozens of reports concerning the implementation of these authorities over the past fo
these official what's called slash screens, a big fbi logo saying you've been locked down by the fbi. >> it's official. >> yes and you have to pay a fine or penalty because you've been doing something bad online, typically related to porn sites. if you don't pay the fine we won't unlock your machine. all this mumbo jumbo that looks official. that's a big psychological tool. secondly, people look at the official government logo and say i don't want to fool with this i'll pay them. that's not a technical thing. it's social engineering. >> how do you get around the locked computer without paying? >> right. what they'll do is they'll say go and take out a prepaid debit card and send us the account number and the pin for it and then you send that to them, you e-mail that to them and then they'll verify that and say as soon as we get this verified we'll unlock your machine. they never do. these hackers are no in the customer service business so they don't care to ever follow through. they don't need a good rating. they followed through and unlocked my computer. >> they're gre
-based technique that is the fbi has been using for many decades to successfully get hardened serial killers, for example, to confess to very heinous crimes. it works with detain knees as well. in fact, what i did when i went down there and the first interrogation plan they showed me was filled with just horrendous behavior escalating all the way to torture and sending people to third countries to be tortured. so that kind of stuff was ineffective. that's why they asked us to come down to help them improve their plans. and then to show them how report base works, i took the worst detainee. a guy who was doing nothing but reciting the koran from memory when interrogating him, i took him and used repoire-base techniques to connect him to a human building no matter who you are. in 11 days i got him to go from complete silence to jim, my friend, what can i do for you? he was working for us at that point. >> i think part of what we are doing here is going exactly where we don't want to go as a country, which is having a conversation about whether torture works or not. i don't think anyone credibl
involved in benghazi? >> kimberly: he is not. >> andrea: they sent in the f.b.i. wink, wink. but holder would get back to us. >> eric: lisa jackson was using a male alias for official business. >> 12,000 e-mails. what are they doing? sending e-mails to each other all over the place. when do they get anything done in washington 12,000 e-mails. i don't think i sent 12,000 e-mails in my life. >> andrea: the biggest failure under her watch was the keystone pipeline. her administration blocked the keystone pipeline. actively her and her boss' orders. she could go. goodbye. >> eric: juan, quickly. she could step aside and not answer. just she should answer. if you're avoiding having your e-mails seen and understood as a public official you are wrong. she has been outstanding public servant. the environmentists are disappointed obama hasn't listened to her more, especially on fracking and pipeline. i know the right thinks he hasn't done enough but that is part of the story. >> kimberly: why was she pretending to be a man? >> eric: very strange. >> kimberly: very, very strange. >> eric: we'll d
didn't do the investigation. >> no. remember. he was sending the fbi in to do the investigation, wink-wink -- that couldn't give imus answers before the presidential election. but holder was going to get back to us. >> what about this -- can you imagine -- >> i like the wink. that was good. >> lisa jackson was using an alias, a male alias to conduct official business. >> 12,000 emails -- it's like petraeus and the admiral, what are they doing? when do they get anything done in washington? >> not transparent. >> 12,000 emails. i don't think i have sent 12,000 emails in my life. >> maybe text messages. the biggest failure under her watch, the keystone pipeline. her administration blocked the keystone pipeline, actively, per president obama. >> she can step aside and not have to -- answer to what she was doing with the emails. >> no, no. i think sheville to answer and she should answer. to me, that is corruption. if you are avoiding having your emails seen and understood as a public official, you are wrong. let me say, i think she has been an outstanding public servant. i think the envir
evidence from that hard drive. fbi working hard at quantico to try to piece that smashed computer back together again, to try to retrieve as much information to find what websites for example he might have visited. >> what about toxicology tests, what about friends he may have spoken to and given a sense of what he was thinking or his intentions or his plan? >> as you know since the beginning we've tried to find anyone who would call themselves a friend of his, certainly in recent years, we just haven't found any. they of course, authorities, have been interviewing family and relatives and friends of nancy lanza, the mother, to see what information they can get. certainly they must have talked to a doctor, if there was a family doctor involved, to find out was nancy lanza getting any help? was she trying to take care of her son on her own? was he in fact getting any counseling for anything? was he on medications? if so, was he taking them? of course that very thing in the end was what we hoped to find out when those toxicology reports come out in a few weeks? >> lots of focus on the mo
't go fast enough to put people through and he had watched that and realized as the f.b.i., wanted to make being an f.b.i. agent cool. that was a recruiting vehicle. that was his interest. and john miller who ran public affairs with him for a long time and was a high ranking public affairs guy and had come out of television and has gone back to television and understood it. and even with the best of intentions, there was enormous tension the whole way through. if we're going to do modern television people are going to watch there are going to have to be character flaws, there was conversation over drinking and smoking and sex and what kind of sex and where and when and how. and they had the best of intentions and i was direct with them going in. and i would say that was the best experience. >> but ultimately the show didn't work. >> it wasn't quite original enough. and as crazy as kerri mathison as she is, as psychologically damaged. i do believe that kerri mathison makes the c.i.a. sexy. it makes it a sexy place to work and interesting place to work and i bet it would net a -- des
by the fbi. director's feud over "django unchained" and a chance for 100 lucky people to star in the super bowl halftime show alongside beyonce'. details on those stories throughout the hour. >>> but up first, right now senate leaders scrambling to find common ground to avoid going over that fiscal cliff. got less than three days to go now, folks. at the same time in his weekly address today, the president says he's preparing a plan of action if no deal is reached. >> if an agreement isn't reached on time, then i'll urge the senate to hold an up or down vote on a basic package that protects the middle class from an income tax hike, extends vital unemployment insurance for americans looking for a job, and lays the ground work for future progress on more economic growth and deficit reduction. >> republicans say they want a deal as well, but they highlighted their biggest sticking points today in their weekly address. listen now to missouri senator roy blount. >> senate democrats have spent months drawing partisan lines in the sand. the president's proposal to raise tax on the top 2% of ameri
your breath. we knew the fbi waste watching marilyn monroe. brand new unclassified documents now revealing how close the movie star was being monitored and her hollywood friends, too. >> clayton: and your little friends. mine was earned off vietnam in 1968. over the south pacific in 1943. i got mine in iraq, 2003. usaa auto insurance is often handed down from generation to generation. because offers a superior level of protection, and because usaa's commitment to serve the military, veterans and their families is without equal. begin your legacy, get an auto insurance quote. usaa. we know what it means to serve. but with advair, i'm breathing better. so now i can be in the scene. advair is clinically proven to help significantly improve lung function. unlike most copd medications, advair contains both an anti-inflammatory and a long-acting bronchodilator working together to help improve your lung function all day. advair won't replace fast-acting inhalers for sudden symptoms and should not be used more than twice a day. people with copd taking advair may have a higher chance of
secretary john mac cue to express his concern. according to this fbi affidavit, this little boy and others were punched and slapped. one child was dragged across the floor. >> we thought, of all the different options, putting them in a child care facility during the day that was on a military base, that was pretty well-staffed, would be the safest, most secure environment for them. >> reporter: it all began back on september 26th when a parent reported misconduct. the army quickly reviewed surveillance video and found several young children, all under the age of 5, were physically abused. charges of simple assault were filed. but parents were still in the dark. two days later, on september 28th, they are hand adler saying -- they are handed a letter saying only that there is a report of alleged mistreatment and inappropriate behavior by staff. >> all along, this first week when we were being sort of given piecemeal information, denied access to the videotapes, we were also being asked if we wanted to seek medical care for our child. >> reporter: medical care for what? >> for what? obviousl
-year-old noel alba was released on bond after she was charged with lying to the fbi. she allegedly posed as a relative of one of the slain children, then solicited donations for a fake funeral fund. she says she didn't do it. >>> derek, three officers were shot this morning inside a new jersey police station. gloucester township police say it happened while a domestic violence suspect was being processed. there was a struggle and the suspect got his hands on a police officer's gun and shot the three officers. one officer was struck just below his bulletproof vest and is now in stable condition. the other two officers suffered superficial wounds. several other officers returned fire killing the suspect. >>> in other news tonight the new york city police department released surveillance video of a woman wanted for killing a man by pushing him in front of an oncoming train. the video shows the woman running from the elevated platform at a station in queens last night. eyewitnesses told police they saw the woman following the man while mumbling. police say she got up from a bench and s
they challenged the requirement in court. she did not rule on the company's religious based claims. >>> the fbi considered the occupy wall street movement a potential threat so much so they had counterterrorism agents from alaska to florida keeping watch. newly released documents show the bureau was in touch with police businesses and universities even before all of those demonstrators set up in new york's zuccotti park last year. you had to guess that was happening. >> i guess there's shades about the fbi investigating groups like that, so i have a different perspective on that historically. >> we will come back to that. right now i want to get your perspective on this particular story outrage is growing over this morning, over a newspaper's decision to publish a map pinpointing the addresses of people with gun permits. now this was published by "the journal news" which is based in white plains, new york, just north of new york city. it shows homes where public records indicate someone living there holds a gun permit. that was part of an article called "the gun owner next door." the newspaper
have been put forward to this? one of the things that has not been discussed is how quickly or the fbi -- i was troubled by how long it took the fbi to get to the scene, and we need to make sure that we are falling back to where we were before september 11 where things get stovepipe within agencies information is not being communicated, and when agencies are not working together. senator mccain pointed out an example, that there were eyewitnesses that it took days for us to get information, about what those by witnesses had seen, which would have cleared up a misrepresentation that was made about the reaction to the video from day one. i think those questions have to be answered to make sure that we prevent future attacks like this. >> there will be as we know nominations coming forward for a secretary of defense, a new director of the cia. these questions will be part of that process. they will be part of our obligation as our role of advice and consent. questions? >> you talked about the failure of leadership the report highlights. do you think people above should be held accountable
in prison but he could be eligible for probation. >>> newly released documents show the fbi viewed the occupy wall street movement as a potential threat and had counterterrorism agents from alaska to florida keeping watch. agents were in touch with police, businesses and universities nationwide, even before demonstrations began in new york city last year. >>> the winter storm that hit dallas affected air travel out of dfw airport causing a nightmare scenario for passengers on one flight. cnn affiliate wfaa in dallas reports the american airlines flight sat at the gate for nearly five hours. one passenger said the airline told them they could get off but also warned them that they could be leaving any minute. the pilot not only apologized to his passengers, but took a shot at those who kept the passenger stuck on the plane. >> it's beyond reproach. i have no words to tell you that, how sorry i am for all of this. decisions are being made way above our heads and, by people that obviously, in my humble opinion, don't have a clue what they're doing. >> wow. american airlines had this s
. keep doing. go long. >>. >> gregg: we have received word that the f.b.i. has questioned a suspect in the deadly benghazi attack. this is coming as the fallout in washington continues. four state department officials resigned following a scathing reported on benghazi where christopher stevens and three our americans were murdered. peter, good to see you. are you astonished none of the murderers have been dealt with and does that go right to the white house? >> i'm outraged by it. it's three plus months. no rest from what i understand, a questioning of somebody. these are people out there that took the lives of four brave americans. it's a travesty. it is wrong. i would like to think that our special ops forces are thinking about to get these people but the signal of weakness it sends that you can kill americans with seeming inpuint and nothing has been done about it. >> gregg: only washington can you spend three months in washington only in the end to tell us what we already knew. look, this was a scathing report. it identifys systemic failures in the state department which, of cou
-old was charged with lying to fbi agents investigating the alleged scam. she spoke off camera earlier this month with our own jeff rossen. the uncle of 6-year-old noah posner said he found a scammer online posing as the boy's aunt requesting donations to a personal paypal account. a federal criminal complaint filed alleges she used facebook, phone calls, and text messages to solicit money claiming she was paying for the child's funeral fund. >>> and now let's head to wall street. cnbc's mandy drury is at the new york stock exchange. good morning. >> good morning, natalie. we had a rally in asian stocks overnight with the japanese nikkei now up nearly 23% for the year. good if you've got a diversified portfol portfolio. obviously, fiscal cliff watching is front and center. that's key for the markets here. and did you like your holiday gift? well, about $63 billion worth of holiday goodies are going to be taken back to the store, but either exchanged or refunded according to the national retail federation. back to you. >> hopefully people still go out and buy. all right. thanks so much, mandy drur
. >> that's not true. he did not. >> what part isn't true? >> he wasn't an fbi fugitive when i taught him. >> i get that you trained a guy that became a fugitive after shooting somebody dead. >> yeah, that is true. he never got an opportunity to pass the background. it was stopped just before that. >> how did he get the gun? how did he get the gun? >> we sold him the gun. >> just said you can't get a gun without a become groubackground check. did you steell a man a gun witht a background check? >> no. >> you just said that you sold him a gun. which is it? >> he did pass the background check for the firearm. >> that was my question. >> casey, are you concerned you might be in -- how do we deal with this? let's take this at face value. you and others trained properly in terms of safety. comfortable with a gun. what happens? you keep a gun in your classroom perhaps. locked one hopes and then how -- you have that added responsibility of making sure you are trained to move it properly. you are amongst people who may not be, including students. does that worry you? >> it does worry me. but i am
weapons ban for ten years. we had what senator feinstein is suggesting. it was allowed to expire. the fbi, the justice department and others said it made no distance. >> if it's crazy to call for putting police and armed security in our school to protect our children, then call me crazy. >> while thought of having an armed guard in every school may sound foreign, it's actually normal in some countries. one place is israel which has strict gun laws. sarah schneider joins us from jerusalem. talk about what this is about here. israel is not necessarily arming the teacher, but there is an armed guard or guards in these schools. how does it work? >> reporter: generally the armed guards are outside of schools trying to protect the schools, trying to make sure no one gets in and out that shouldn't be in the schools or may pose a danger. we should talk about some of the misinformation, because i know there was a u.s. lawmaker that said that israel arms its teachers, and that simply is not true. in fact, the gun laws here are much stricter than the united states. we need to keep in mind that here
areas of concentration. fbi investigators trying to piece together that hard drive. the computer was smashed by the shooter in this case. and they're also trying to see whether there is any imprint of the shooter at all on the internet. was he an online gamer, did he flag anyone what his intentions were. they continue to talk to family, friends, a family doctor, to see what was going on in his mind. >> susan, thank you very, very much. i know it's a very tough story to cover. hope you're doing all right. >> oh, sure. >>> overseas now, russia's foreign minister says syria has connel some dated all its whelm california weapons into one place. russia says the move is an attempt to calm fears those weapons could end up, quote, in the wrong hands. meanwhile, more violence today across syria. 30 people died, according to opposition activists. one, a car bomb exploded in a damascus neighborhood. no one claimed responsibility for the car bomb. it's been called a terrorist explosion. >>> a former u.s. marine is out of a maximum can prison today. jon hammer spent four months locked up, som
are on the terrorist watch list attempted to buy firearms and explosives. and 91% of the cases the fbi was powerless to stop them. it would also require that if you're going to get a concealed carry permit, that you have certain minimum requirements like age and some training lessons. and in addition, it would say that you have to report within 48 hours if your gun is lost or stolen. 600,000 guns are stolen from private homes every year. so this is basically the lowest hanging fruit. it is really ripe for legislative passage and i would hope it might get some traction. >> you picked the five because there is a poll over the summer by a gop pollster that says these are not only things that are mildly supported by nra members, but they are in the 60, 70, 80 percentile of support from the membership. >> that's exactly right. these are common sense gun safety measures. i think it would give some greater credibility to the nra to support what the vast majority of its membership is willing to do. i don't expect them to, but i would hope we get some bipartisan support for this common sense measure. it is n
stories to the ground below. >> really? >> they are still doing that the fbi now focusing on capturing the other inmate. that's kenneth conley. both conley and banks were convicted bank robbers but in separate cases. well, clayton, listen up. two sexy at the office? you better windchill out. your job could be at risk. >> you have a membership card? >> sir, i work here. >> really? >> what's going on? >> this lady doesn't have a membership card. >> i will take it from here, bro. >> i will take it from here, bro. iowa supreme court unanimously ruling that bosses can legally fire any employee they sees a an irresistible attraction. this comes after a dentist fired his assistant because he felt she was too attractive and threatened his fidelity to his wife. that's not possible. this is not possible. >> got your pink slip. you are out. too irresistible. >> guilty as charged. thank you. >> all right. up next, a christmas wish granted for that u.s. marine jailed in mexico. he is now back on u.s. soil. reunited with his family. one of the lawmakers who led the charge to set him free joins us ne
food on the table for their families and agencies in charge of keeping america safe like the f.b.i., border patrol, department of defense and others will be short staffed. and families may lose farms and ranches they have been passed down for generations because of the estate tax hike. these aren't wealthy aristocrats. they're honest, hard-working people who get dirt under their nails every day to put food on their tables. they all want in return, all they want is to pass the land they work on, on to their kids and on to their grandkids. these are not just numbers on a page. these are people. and we work for them. they're our employers. montana families sit down together at their kitchen tables every month and make tough choices to make ends meet. they deserve a congress that can do the same. unfortunately, the list of last-minute legislation doesn't stop with the fiscal cliff. our rural economy will take a big hit if the house fails to pass a farm bill. make no mistake, the farm bill is a jobs bill. agriculture supports 16 million jobs nationwide, in montana one in five jobs is ti
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